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Woolland Hill

Woolland Hill

Visiting Information: 
Location Map: 

The blue pin mark the approximate centre of the reserve, the yellow pin(s) mark the approximate locations of parking places that enable you to access the reserve.

Nearby Sites: 

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  • Approximate Distance: 3 miles approx

    Primarily a conifer and beech plantation but offering a display of wildlflowers and various insects. 


     

  • Approximate Distance: 3 miles approx

    A green hill far away, a haven of peace and calm with a wide range of flowers and insects along with a number of woodland birds.


     Note: My records for Greenhill Down include observations made on the bridle way leading to it.

  • Approximate Distance: 5 Miles

    Noted for its bluebells but part of the common is a working coppice and beech and conifer plantation. Well worth a visit in spring for woodland flowers and singing birds.


     

  • Approximate Distance: 5 miles approx

    Site of an Iron Age settlement at Ringmoor which is now managed by the National Trust.